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EMOTION: COGNITIVE LEARNING AND MOTOR PERFORMANCE
preprintposted on 2019-07-01, 18:59 authored by Naveed ShibliNaveed Shibli, Shazia Mehboob Ali, Dr. Muhammad Hamid Ullah
Relationship of normal emotions resembling startle and surprise with cognitive and motor learning and performance and its influence on self-feel rating were studied among 100 normal subjects those included 50 male and 50 female. Start Mirror Drawing (Electronic) for cognitive and motor learning and performance , created conditions containing stimulus values close to startle and surprise and personal feel question, quantity: 1 for self-feel rating were used. It was assumed that the relationship might exist? The data analysis revealed a relationship (r =.900**, p <.001) effect of different emotions (r =.831**, p <.001) on normal function, performance and on self-feel rating, its relevance with modernity discussed.
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Lead author institutionRiphah International University Faisalabad Pakistan
Ethics statementRiphah Research Ethics Committee approved this study
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